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Taylor Foss


Taylor Foss has more than 30 years of executive leadership experience in both the financial services and health care sectors. Most recently, Taylor served as SVP, Organizational Transformation for Mission Health where she oversaw human resources, marketing, enterprise risk, innovation and strategic growth and business development for this $2 billion integrated delivery system serving western North Carolina.  At Mission, she also served as the CEO’s Chief of Staff and lead the crucial functional integration process during HCA Healthcare’s acquisition of Mission Health completed in February 2019.  The acquisition resulted in the largest per capita foundation ever created in America and is dedicated solely to improving the social determinants of health. 


From 1982 until 2003 Taylor held several leadership positions in the financial services industry where she was responsible for numerous, diverse functions including human resources, operations, strategy, corporate relations, security, facilities and administration.  During that period of time, she was a key member of multiple acquisition teams and was involved in more than twenty acquisitions.


Throughout her career and across organizations, Taylor has always worked with all leaders to create an environment that allowed every person to be their very best.  Her tireless focus on creating a strengths-based Great Place to Work environment led to strong employee engagement across organizations and industries. 


Foss received her B.A. at Purdue University and earned her Master’s Degree in Organizational Consulting and Executive Coaching from the University of Pennsylvania.

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Marc Malloy


Marc Malloy is President and CEO of Sevenya and has over twenty-five years of health care experience.  Prior to founding Sevenya, Marc was SVP, Health Plan Solutions for Mission Health leading its Population Health efforts.  He was the founding executive of Mission Health Partners, a clinically-integrated network of more than 1,100 physicians and three hospital systems. MHP is accountable for delivering integrated, high quality, low cost care to 103,000 western North Carolinians. While at Mission, Marc also founded Healthy State, a wholly-owned insurance subsidiary providing health plan coverage options to regional employers.

Prior to joining Mission, Marc founded and served as CEO of Ascentia Health Care Solutions, a company owned by its physician investors. Ascentia was later acquired by Healthways in 2012 and Marc became President of Healthways' Health Plan Markets.  Marc and his Ascentia team led Renaissance Health Network to become the first designated Pioneer ACO under the Affordable Care Act.

Prior to his work at Ascentia, Marc served as Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board for Coventry Health Care of Delaware and Maryland - a $400 million-dollar enterprise. Before joining Coventry, Marc served as Head of Medical Economics for Aetna's Southeast Region.


Marc attended Kennesaw State University where he received his MBA with a concentration on Entrepreneurship and his BBA in Finance with a minor in Economics.

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Sonya Greck, RN


Sonya Greck, RN has over 30 years of senior leadership experience in diverse healthcare operations.  She has held executive-level positions in both rural and urban healthcare organizations including physician services. 


Most recently, Sonya served as Mission Health’s Senior Vice President of Behavioral Health, Safety Net, Community Investment and Facilities in Asheville, NC.  In that role she oversaw Behavioral Health inpatient and outpatient services, Community Investment partnerships and funding, Safety Net Services for vulnerable populations, and Facilities development and management.


Additionally, Sonya led the planning and oversaw construction for the Mission Hospital for Advanced Medicine, a 630,000 square foot, $404 million flagship addition to Mission Health’s hospital campus that includes cutting-edge technology, an Emergency Department more than double in size, and mobile technology to help patients and families navigate inside the hospital.


Across her career, Sonya has led significant, large-scale change management efforts and fiscal turnarounds.  Her strategic and operational leadership within both large health systems and smaller hospitals has resulted in the growth of facilities and programs that generated significant improvement in quality, community and regional collaborations, improved care, and lower costs.  Over the past five years, Sonya focused significant efforts on aligning key community stakeholders to develop novel and effective care models across the continuum.


Sonya received her BSN from Clemson University and earned her MSN from the University of South Carolina.

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Paul McDowell


Paul McDowell is a proven senior financial executive with over 30 years of experience including both non-profit and for-profit health system leadership, big four public accounting experience, and extensive Chief Financial Officer experience.


Paul has deep knowledge of healthcare finance, including margin improvement, mergers and acquisitions, revenue cycle and supply chain strategy and operations, and Board engagement.  Also, he has significant experience working collaboratively with both clinical and operational leaders to optimize performance. 


Most recently, Paul was a member of the senior leadership team and Chief Financial Officer responsible for the financial performance of AA- rated Mission Health System (~$2 billion net revenue), which includes six acute care hospitals, a post-acute care entity that encompasses inpatient and outpatient rehab, home health, hospice, long term acute care, and skilled nursing services, a physician practice company with over 900 providers, an insurance company offering Medicare Advantage and commercial insurance products, a foundation, and an offshore captive liability insurance company acquired by HCA Healthcare in February, 2019.


Prior to Mission Health, Paul was CFO for King’s Daughters Health System, CFO for two for-profit hospitals within Health Management Associates (HMA), and held various finance positions with what is now Wellstar Health System and Ernst & Young, among others.


Paul received his BA in Accounting from Georgia Southern University and his MBA from Kennesaw State University.

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